When editing source files checked out from CVS I sometimes want to prevent them from going back in to source control without further edits. Until now I've just used // FIXME comments and have tried to remember to grep for FIXMEs before committing the files back.
Problem is others use FIXME comments, and sometimes I forget to grep. So I've tweaked our CVSROOT files to prevent custom FIXME tags from going in to source control.
I appended this line to CVSROOT/commitinfo:
Added this line to CVSROOT/checkoutlist:
checkforry4an Tell Ry4an he broke something with checkforry4an
and crated a file named CVSROOT/checkforry4an containing:
#!/bin/sh BASE=$1 shift for thefile in "$@" ; do if echo $thefile | grep -v Foreign | grep -q '.java$' ; then if grep -s -q 'FIXME RY4AN' $thefile ; then echo found a FIXME RY4AN in $thefile exit 1 fi fi done
Now when I put a // FIXME RY4AN comment into a source file commits break until I remove it.
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